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901 New York Avenue NW., Suite 200, Washington, DC 20268-0001
|CHAIR||Robert G. Taub|
|Vice Chair||Mark Acton|
|Commissioner||Nanci E. Langley|
|Director, Office of Accountability and Compliance||Margaret Cigno|
|Director, Office of Public Affairs and Government Relations||Ann Fisher|
|Director, Office of Secretary and Administration||Stacy L. Ruble|
|General Counsel||David A. Trissell|
|Inspector General||John F. Callender|
The above list of key personnel was updated 06–2017.
The Postal Regulatory Commission develops and implements a modern system of postal rate regulation.
The Postal Regulatory Commission is the successor agency to the Postal Rate Commission, which was created by the Postal Reorganization Act, as amended (39 U.S.C. 101 et seq.). The Commission was established as an independent agency in the executive branch of Government by the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act (39 U.S.C. 501). It comprises five Commissioners, appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate, one of whom is designated as Chair.
The Commission promulgates rules and regulations, establishes procedures, and takes other actions necessary to carry out its obligations. It considers complaints received from interested persons relating to United States Postal Service rates, regulations, and services. The Commission also has certain reporting obligations, including a report on universal postal service and the postal monopoly.http://www.prc.gov/about
Active cases and daily listings are accessible online. A docket search tool is also available.http://www.prc.gov/dockets/active
The Commission relies on the professional services of accountants, attorneys, economists, industrial engineers, marketing specialists, statisticians, and administrative and clerical personnel to fulfill its mission.http://www.prc.gov/employment-opportunities
A FOIA request form is available online.http://www.prc.gov/foia/onlinerequest
The Commission posts congressional submissions, papers, press releases, speeches, and upcoming events online.http://www.prc.gov/press-releases
Facilities for inspection and copying of records, viewing automated daily lists of docketed materials, and accessing the Commission's Web site are located at 901 New York Avenue NW., Suite 200, Washington, DC. The room is open on weekdays, excluding legal holidays, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Practice and procedure rules governing the conduct of proceedings before the Commission may be found in parts 3001, 3010, 3015, 3020, 3025, 3030, 3031, 3050, and 3060 of title 39 of the "Code of Federal Regulations."http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?SID=a34266c229a4a7b3c470845f8da08605&node=39:188.8.131.52.2&rgn=div5
For further information, contact the Secretary, Postal Regulatory Commission, 901 New York Avenue NW., Suite 200, Washington, DC 20268-0001. Phone, 202-789-6840.